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Hi

I have just replied on a post that was posted 43 years ago. My reply was also 43 years ago. I had that feeling that time just flies lately but this might be a little too fast. Or is it just some issue with unix time.

This is the link to the article.
http://www.daniweb.com/web-development/php/threads/461757/feedback-system-phpmysql#post2008638

EDIT: it is back to normal. I was just extremely lucky to whitnes this extraordinary event for a very short time.

Edited by broj1

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Might be dani playing with some code, resulting in default date of 1st Jan 1970.
For eg,some thing leading to this
Somehow time since 1st Jan 1970 field,integer to count time was coming null,leading to that issue

<?php
echo date('d/M/Y',null);
?>

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I thought so, too
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Yes, it must have been some maintenance going on. I will mark this as solved.

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Just a thought. Wouldn't the time stamping have more to do with the server's time service, and not with any of Dani's code. Maybe the server had a glitch of some kind in its time service (a reset, or something).

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